Personally, I think it looks pretty good. The others will chime in, and you should really have this in the gluten free area. We're glad to have more gluten free brewers.
I think there will be some people who will want to see if you removed the toasted quinoa after the steeping process.
The OG seems a tad low, American Lager/Blonde Ale low, but not horribly low. The BJCP (categorization of beers) shows some lagers are as low as 1.028, but there are quite a few ales that fit in the 1.040 OG, and some of the IPAs list 1.040 as a lower limit. The more experienced people will give you a better reading, but I'd guess it'd be somewhere from 3.5-4.0% ABV. From what I'm reading, it won't be as much an English or American IPA as much as it would be an English bitter.
Check out Lcasanova's Double chocolate stout in the GF forum.
I'm aiming at doing something like that, but I'm going to do something different with my oats and I really want to get the chocolate nibs in mine.
Personally, when I'm doing IPAs, I prefer 1.4 pounds per gallon (7 pounds per 5 gallons), but that's just so far until I get more experience.